With so many eCommerce stores offering the same products at different prices, how do you remain competitive? What is your unique value proposition that makes customers ultimately pick you over competitiors?
What is your opinion on mobile ecommerce apps? Takealot is pushing their mobile app with mobile specific deals. Apps like mr delivery and uber eats are getting more and more popular. Do you think that mobile apps would form a big part of, specific ecommerce sites, in South Africa's near future? Would we still have a ecommerce websites or only mobile apps in the future?
What are your biggest problems with regards to logistics and product releases? We see other retailers messing up launch day deliveries however I've seen very very few of these occurances with raru, is this due to a dedicated flow for these products or just that your volumes my be less than others?
With global Crypto currency markets really coming into the forefront, What are your thoughts on using crypto as a means of exchange within the eCommerce space and by extension, what are the biggest obstacles in adopting crypto payments.
What is your opinion on inflated "list price" numbers on various online merchants (no names, but you can make your own deductions regarding the who), and why do you think people have less of an issue with it than they should have? Do you think e-commerce companies don't realise that people see through this, making them appear unethical? And if they do realise it, do you believe that they have evidence that supports that they get away with it more often than not, justifying the practice?
Although I'm subscribed to the Raru newsletter, I often miss out on your good specials. A mobile app makes it much easier to check specials on online shops. Are you planning on releasing an app for Raru?